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The Buzz: How do you prepare for finals?

Max Miller and Phillip Cordero

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Axel Melendez was interviewed for The Inquirer on 12/04/2018. (Phillip Cordero/The Inquirer)

“I didn’t get too many finals this semester, lots of final projects.”

Axel Melendez, 18, Undecided

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Maya Meza was interviewed for The Inquirer on 12/04/18. (Phillip Cordero/The Inquirer)

“I study a little bit everyday.”

Maya Meza, 18, Early Childcare

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Reyn Nakamoto was interviewed for The Inquirer on 12/04/18. (Phillip Cordero/The Inquirer)

“I focus on the material that we went over in the beginning of the semester (because) that is the information that is the least fresh in my mind.”

Reyn Nakamoto, 18, Computer Science

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Cameron Shapoorian was interviewed for The Inquirer on 12/08/18. (Phillip Cordero/The Inquirer)

“I go over past tests and study guides.”

Cameron Shapoorian, 19, Computer Science

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The Buzz: How do you prepare for finals?